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Computer Repair And Malware Prevention With Online Tech Support

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Oct 17, 2014

What To Expect When Expecting (Remote Customer Support) We should all be so lucky to be able to have some type of remote tech support for our PCs. Luckily there's OnBoard Support. This is a great IT solution handled by computer experts who pride themselves in the level of professionalism in computer repair and privacy policy implementation. Let me tell you what OnBoard Support can do:

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Tags: How to Speed up a Computer, Computer Repair, Malware Prevention, Online Support, Remote Support

The Cloud, Security and Your Business

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Sep 26, 2014


By now most of us have a basic understanding of what the cloud is or at least
 the core concept. Recently cloud computing has come under fire for its vulnerability to hacks. The technology is sound and lives up to its functionality, that is not the issue.

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Tags: cloud, Security, online storage, byod, cloud management

Mac Computers Can Get Viruses and Malware

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Sep 05, 2014

It Finally Happened, We Received a MacBook with a Virus!         

How did this happen? What did you use to clean up the system? Well there are a few things you have to consider......



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Tags: Virus removal, Antivirus, Browser Hijacking, Macintosh, Macbook

Which Online Storage Is Best For You?

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Aug 22, 2014

Google Drive

Initially this started with Google Docs, and has now become Google Drive, a complete office suite with cloud storage. Google Drive offers you MS Office type apps in the form of a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation app, and an illustration app. Google Drive also carries 15GB of free storage space when you sign up.

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Tags: cloud, google drive, Online Storage Options

Which Online Storage Is Best For You?

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Aug 15, 2014

A review of Dropbox

One of (if not) the best options to choose from is Dropbox. Dropbox is sleek, elegant and reliable. It works well across all platforms whether it be Mac, Windows, Chrome OS, Android, etc.  The servers are never down so access is always available. It is easy to install and supports file sharing.

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Tags: android, iphone, The cloud, online storage, Microsoft, Mac, Dropbox

Which Online Storage Is Best For You?

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Aug 08, 2014

The Cloud - Online Storage Options

Over the next few weeks I will post a blog every week reviewing the most popular online storage options so you can make an informed decision about which online storage is best for you.

Just quickly though.....the cloud? Much confuse....

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Tags: The cloud, online storage, Microsoft, OneDrive, SkyDrive

Don't Use (some) Free Software.

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Jul 25, 2014

Ok, it's apparent that many of our customers who bring in their computers do in fact have programs that either contain or deploy malicious code with the ability to do a whole range of nasty things. Below is a list of some of the apllications you should delete right now.

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Tags: Pop-up Ads, Antivirus, Chrome, Firefox, Web Browser, Browser Hijacking, Security

Going On Vacation? Don't Forget Your Antivirus.

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Jul 18, 2014


The Nuclear Exploit Kit

Recently there has been a new piece of malicious code floating around otherwise known as the Nuclear exploit kit. This kit has been deployed by a number of travel websites that have been compromised. It was discovered by security researchers Proofpoint after customers had received promotional emails from legitimate businesses whose emails they had signed up to receive. These emails contained links to the infected websites.

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Tags: email, Virus, Browser Hijacking, Security, Malware Prevention

How Do VPNs Work? Which VPN Should I Choose?

Posted by Henry Dallow on Thu, Jul 03, 2014

What Is a VPN?

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. It is a network that uses public networks i.e the internet to connect to remote sites or users together. It encrypts the data making it one of the most secure ways for businesses to communicate remotely or otherwise.

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Tags: Anonymity, Security, VPN, Internet, Access, NordVPN, ExpressVPN,, ProtonVPN, Private Internet Access,

What Is a Stop Error?

Posted by Henry Dallow on Fri, Jun 27, 2014

What Is a Blue Screen Stop Error?

Blue Screens of Death (sometimes Doom) or BSoDs have been around in all Windows operating systems since Windows 3.1.
It was originally a way to report driver errors but since then it has become an error reporting tool for all hardware, driver and system issues such as overheating, faulty memory, power supply issues and incompatible files.

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Tags: Windows XP, Windows Vista, BSod, Windows 8, Windows 7